For Musicians

Jay WMV Opening Event
Jay Orlowski of Hindsight at the inaugural “Find Us” concert in Greenfield Park, July 2019

Wisconsin Music Ventures was founded by a musician, who – as a result – considers WMV to be a “musicians first” organization. Read more about her thoughts on musician advocacy here.

Interested in Becoming a WMV Musician?

Look over the info below, regarding the type of programming we’re looking for. Occasionally we will have space for larger groups, and may also be in spots where electricity is available – but not most times.

All musicians need to fill out this application.
Before you do, look over the info below – and see what interests you the most.

“Find Us” Concerts

  • Small ensemble/band (five people or fewer – soloists, duos and trios will be preferred)
  • 60 minutes of music
  • Non-reliance on electricity

We have got a Fishman Loudbox Mini amp, vocal mic/stand and a Roland Go Piano available for use, as well as a 10′ X 10′ tent for coverage.

Family Music, Alfresco

  • A soloist or duo, with teaching experience
  • 45 minutes of music/programming, ideally including something hands-on
  • Non-reliance on electricity

Symposium of Sound Masterclasses

  • One musician with private instruction experience
  • Willingness to plan masterclass themes with Allison
  • Non-reliance on electricity